Pregnant moms there’s lots you can do at Disneyland. There are many rides you can go on, shows, characters to meet and lots of things to eat! Pregnant mamas if you’re heading to Disneyland I’ve got all the details for you right here. Let’s start with the attractions. The shorter list is what you should NOT go on. So if you don’t see it on the list below then guess what it’s fair game!
List of attractions you should NOT ride
I will break the rides down in each park.
- Big Thunder Mountain
- Gadget’s Coaster
- Indiana Jones
- Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
- Space Mountain
- Splash Mountain
- Star Tours
- Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
In Disney California Adventure
- Goofy’s Sky School
- Grizzly River Run
- Guardians of the Galaxy
- Radiator Springs Racers
When you arrive at the park if you grab a park map you can use it to help you know which rides you can go on too. Look for the red triangles on the park maps. The red triangle indicates rides that expectant mothers should not ride. You can also find this information in the Disneyland app under attractions. Use the filter feature in the upper left hand corner and choose expectant mothers advisory.
Lots of other things to do!
While there might be some rides you can’t go on, there are plenty of other things you CAN do! There is plenty of entertainment and shows throughout the day in each park. Search the Disneyland app for lots of options. You can also meet characters, hop on the monorail for some amazing views and of course eat! Don’t miss out on the food cause that growing baby needs a Dole Whip! I have a great post about food that can be found year round at Disneyland. Search the blog for other things to do there’s so much more to Disneyland you can discover!
Other tips for pregnant moms
You’ll want to make sure you stay hydrated. You can bring your own water bottles, Hydroflask etc. into the parks. I have a whole post dedicated to where you can find water bottle refill stations throughout the parks. Make sure you read it over here.
Also there is a Baby Care Center in each park. Over in Disneyland it’s at the end of Main Street on the right. Then inside Disney California Adventure you will find it next door to Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop. These spaces are a place to sit down in the cool air conditioning and take a break.
Staying cool is very important. There are plenty of locations where you can go and take a load off. I have a lot of tips and ideas where all of the indoor shows, attractions and dining locations. Check out more on this topic here.
Lastly I’d recommend printing out a list of the attractions in both parks. Use it to help you plan your visit. You can mark the attractions you’d like to go on that you are able to do on your visit. I hope it helps you in planning your day! Print the list here.
Make sure you’re following along on Instagram too. I share more tips and information there daily that will help make your visit more magical.